Question about Canon PowerShot S410 / IXUS 430 Digital Camera
The imaging sensor (CCD chip) has degraded due to age and failed. This is a common fault on digital cameras over six years old.
Replacing the chip is the only fix, but it's not cost effective on a camera as old as yours as it's job for professionals only.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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